Daytona Beach, Florida: Klassix Auto Attraction (Gone)

Closed in 2003.

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Klassix Auto Attraction - Gone

The museum has closed and sold off its cars.

  • The Batmobile, one of five built for the 1966 TV show, sold for $172,500 to the Tallahassee Antique Car Museum, which plans to display it next to its 1894 Duryea, the oldest surviving car built in America.
  • Greased Lightning, the hot rod from the film Grease, sold for $57,000.
  • The Cadillac ambulance from Ghostbusters sold for $55,000.
  • The Clampet's truck from the film The Beverly Hillbillies sold for $45,000.
  • The Fintstones car from the 1999 movie sold for $31,000.
  • Kitt, the 1984 Pontiac Trans-Am that talked and fought crime in Knight Rider, sold for a modest $28,000.
  • Woody Allen's little white carlike transporter from Sleeper sold for $6,000.

The building and land on which Klassix Auto Attraction sat, valued at $3.5 million, did not sell.

[, 05/04/2003]

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